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Working As A Maintenance Controller

  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Getting Information
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Deal with People

  • Make Decisions

  • Stressful

  • $66,079

    Average Salary

What Does A Maintenance Controller Do At Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation

* Controls contingency maintenance activity during flight operations and utilizes both company and non-company maintenance personnel to provide required maintenance services.
* Coordinates maintenance operational issues with Dispatch and Flight Operations.
* Coordinates daily maintenance scheduling and workload planning.
* Administers and controls use of Minimum Equipment List (MEL) and Configuration Deviation List (CDL) to ensure flight safety and regulatory compliance.
* Prepares Special Flight Permits (Ferry flights).
* Maintains maintenance control-log and initiates Mechanical Reliability Reports (MRR’s) and Mechanical Interruption Summary (MIS) reports.
* Attendance is considered an essential responsibility.
* Adherence to all company policies and procedures.
* Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

What Does A Maintenance Controller Do At Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

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* This is responsible technical and supervisory systems maintenance control work.
* Employee in this class is responsible for planning, coordinating and supervising the work of the assigned Systems Maintenance Controllers in the maintenance and systems recovery efforts required for effective operation of the Authority's communications electronics, electrical power distribution, automatic train control, automatic fare collection and computer systems.
* Employee has latitude for independent judgment and action within established guidelines.
* Employee is supervised by the Systems Maintenance Engineer.
* Plans, supervises and coordinates the work performed by Systems Maintenance Controllers in the monitoring, technical operation, maintenance and recovery efforts involving the various systems within communications, power, automatic train control, automatic fare collection and computer facilities.
* Analyzes systems fault and other reports, recommending action necessary to preclude or reduce systems equipment down time; ensures procedures for proper coordination with other maintenance functions are followed; determines resolution of work conflicts of field crews when necessary.
* May attend formal/informal conferences and classroom instruction in electronic or related equipment maintenance.
* Ensures documentation reflecting changes in electrical and electronic design diagrams is maintained.
* Trains and evaluates assigned personnel.
* Reviews personal grievances with employees and attempts to resolve them in accordance with established rules and regulations of the Authority.
* Attends training programs to maintain up to date technical knowledge of the operation and maintenance of installed equipment.
* Works within established procedural guidelines, but is also required to make decisions that have no precedent that could impact the quality of passenger service and safety of employees and property.
* May work variable shifts.
* May operate an Authority vehicle as required

What Does A Maintenance Controller Do At Defense/Aerospace/Aviation, Anchorage, Ak

* Provide a single point-of-contact for all parties regarding Company’s aircraft maintenance.
* Coordinate with the Operations, Maintenance and Purchasing departments.
* Maintain a current listing of aircraft status and provide up-to-date information to the operations and maintenance departments.
* Provide a point of contact and control for maintenance performed on company aircraft outside of a Grant maintenance base by Company personnel or contract maintenance personal.
* Coordinate scheduled and unscheduled maintenance performed on Company aircraft both in-house and with contract vendors.
* Work closely with the Operations Department to ensure aircraft are utilized efficiently with regards to re-positioning for maintenance.
* Collaborate with lead mechanics at each maintenance base in the planning, executing, and tracking of scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance workload.
* Responsible for distributing and verifying the proper completion of all applicable forms and documents in accordance with procedures set forth in Company’s manuals.
* Responsible for ensuring that mechanical delays that may occur are handled in a safe and expeditious manner in accordance Company’s policies.
* Control and track all Deferred Maintenance items (DMI).
* Provide tracking of parts and equipment while they are in transit to an A
* O.G. aircraft.
* Ensure that all parts needed to clear DMI’s that are not in stock are ordered, with particular attention being provided to those items with a short deferral period or operational restrictions.
* Maintain a log of all events that occur during a scheduled work period (days, mids, nights) and effectively communicate the information to the person who will be coming on shift in relief.
* Other duties as assigned by the Director of Maintenance.
* POSITION REPORTING STRUCTURE Reports to the Director of Maintenance.
* MEASURES OF SUCCESS Timeliness, quality and accuracy of work.
* Adherence to regulations and policies.
* Displaying characteristics of professionalism, organization, teamwork and flexibility, which will be evaluated in the annual evaluation.
* General requirements Hold a valid FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
* Have at least 5 years of experience working as an A&P mechanic.
* Experience with (any or all) C207, C208, PA31
* and B200 aircraft.
* Possess effective verbal and written communication skills.
* Proficient in Microsoft Office with ability to learn and master new computer maintenance programs.
* Be available for shift

What Does A Maintenance Controller Do At Horizon Air

* Oversees the day-to-day maintenance operation to ensure safe maintenance operations and
* Compliance with all Company, FAA, and governmental safety rules and regulations.
* Provides leadership and direction for the maintenance operation to ensure that high standards of performance are maintained in the areas of safety, compliance, quality, and cost.
* Provides technical assistance and support to company flight crews experiencing mechanical irregularities on Company aircraft
* Provides a current and continuing follow-up system of items deferred under the MEL/CDL/DMI program to assure that positive correction is made as promptly as possible by coordinating the efforts of Maintenance, Aircraft Routing, Line Planning, Materials, Engineering, Tech Services, and Quality Control for accomplishment of repairs
* Immediately notifies the responsible manager, or during off-hours (evening, weekends and holidays) the Maintenance Operations Duty Manager, upon discovery of an FAR non-compliance.
* Notifies the Director of Airworthiness or designee of MEL extensions by submission of Form M
* Provides the Managing Director of Maintenance Operations or other designated Maintenance personnel with a periodic operational performance and out of service update in absence of the Maintenance Operations Manager
* Coordinates aircraft ferry authorization when necessary, assuring all ferry operations are conducted in accordance with current existing Company policies and procedures
* Provides the necessary coordination between Maintenance and Flight Operations for all Operational Check Flights
* Provides accurate ETR and Advise times for all scheduled and unscheduled out of service aircraft through close coordination with Maintenance personnel
* Ensures that the shift activity log process meets the requirements of the shift activity log procedure
* Coordinates with Engineering on items that require engineering or technical support for line maintenance aircraft
* Coordinates with the Materials department on all parts requirements and shortages.
* Coordinates with Line Maintenance Planning in the scheduling and set-up of deferred items, such as MELs, CDLs, and DMIs
* Coordinates with and advise the Assistant Chief Inspector regarding any abnormal discrepancies encountered, and for all RII and inspection tasks required on line maintenance aircraft that occur at cities where Company maintenance personnel are not present
* Notifies the Operations Manager or Director of Maintenance Control concerning abnormal situations such as accidents, or irregular flight operations due to mechanical malfunction such as return to field, aborted takeoff, or aircraft diversion, and such other issues as necessary
* Performs other duties as assigned

What Does A Maintenance Controller Do At AAR Corp

* Responsible for entering technical data/technical documentation into the tracking system, as well as updating same.
* Serve as the interface between the maintenance planning and production organization.
* Responsible for updating metrics, forecasts and various reports.
* All assigned and completed maintenance at the site will be routed through the Data Entry Clerk for audit and entry into the system.
* Perform periodic audits of the maintenance forecast in order to ensure accuracy.
* Communicate scheduled maintenance requirements to the maintenance supervisor, record maintenance; status reporting; and preparation of maintenance status reports for the program team and management.
* Analyze scheduled maintenance requirements to develop a complex maintenance schedule that ensures all scheduled maintenance is conducted on time with minimum aircraft out of service time.
* Position requires a U
* S. Department of State Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT).
* Perform other duties as assigned

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Maintenance Controller Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    85.7%
  • Female

    13.0%
  • Unknown

    1.3%

Ethnicity

  • White

    82.6%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    8.7%
  • Asian

    6.8%
  • Unknown

    1.4%
  • Black or African American

    0.5%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    48.3%
  • French

    10.3%
  • Portuguese

    6.9%
  • German

    6.9%
  • Korean

    6.9%
  • Swahili

    3.4%
  • Hawaiian

    3.4%
  • Filipino

    3.4%
  • Cantonese

    3.4%
  • Dakota

    3.4%
  • Russian

    3.4%
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Top Skills for A Maintenance Controller

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Top Maintenance Controller Skills

  1. Vehicles
  2. Maintenance Procedures
  3. Safety
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Schedule and track maintenance on Air Force vehicle and equipment fleets ranging in size from 300 - 1000 vehicles.
  • Monitored and ensured compliance with facilities maintenance procedures.
  • Managed company and battalion level vehicle and equipment maintenance programs to ensure logistical readiness and operational safety and efficiency.
  • Coordinated scheduled aircraft maintenance to ensure least impact of unit readiness and, manpower management.
  • Supervised and mentored five junior maintenance controllers in a squadron of 12 aircraft.

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